IEEE and CSIRO Reach Transformative Open Access Read and Publish Agreement
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IEEE and Australia’s national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) have reached a Transformative Open Access Read and Publish agreement.
With this new agreement, CSIRO researchers will have access to IEEE’s premier collection of journals, conferences, and standards via the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library, while granting affiliated corresponding authors the opportunity to publish their work in IEEE journals as open access. Under the terms of the one-year agreement, the article processing charges (APCs) required to publish open access will be covered by the license fees paid by CSIRO members, making the publishing process easier and more convenient for authors.
CSIRO members are also able to publish articles via open access in over 160 leading journals and magazines published by IEEE, making them instantly available and free to read by the general public.